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Article | 04-June-2018

A Visual Data Collection Method: German Local Parties and Associations

politicians and welfare workers, two hypotheses are examined, resting upon social capital theory. The hypotheses were quantified and explicated with different variables. The first hypothesis states that heterophile networks imply more social capital, which referred to different measurements (size, density, homophily). This could be partially validated since the analysed networks of association representatives (n=12) were denser and slightly more heterophile than those of party representatives (n=21

Isabelle Borucki

Connections, Volume 37 , ISSUE 1-2, 45–52

research-article | 04-November-2019

Exploring Patterns of Social Relationships among Food Bloggers on Twitter Using a Social Network Analysis Approach

interpret patterns of connections among food bloggers on Twitter: Social capital (Lin, 1999, 2002), conservation of resources (Hobfoll, Freedy, Lane, & Geller, 1990), and homophily (McPherson, Smith-Lovin, & Cook, 2001; Rogers & Bhowmik, 1970). Social capital broadly relates to an individual’s motivation to form social relationships to gain access to resources (Lin, 1999, 2002). Some existing research suggests a positive association between social networking site use and perceived social capital. For

Allison D. Hepworth, Jess Kropczynski, Justin Walden, Rachel A. Smith

Journal of Social Structure, Volume 20 , ISSUE 4, 1–21

Article | 13-December-2019

SUBJECTIVE AND COMMUNITY WELL-BEING INTERACTION IN A MULTILEVEL SPATIAL  MODELLING FRAMEWORK

Włodzimierz Okrasa, Dominik Rozkrut

Statistics in Transition New Series, Volume 20 , ISSUE 4, 167–179

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